Ever wonder what’s in face paint? (Is it really paint? Does it have any peanuts, soy, milk, or animal products? What about latex? Heavy metals?) What about perfumes? Is it okay for sensitive skin?
We use only 2 supplies for 2 brands of face paint–“face paint” being a misnomer, since what we really put on children’s faces is kid-friendly makeup. Face paint should never be done with actual paints! Our makeup is free of cancer-causing metals, unlike actual paint, all safe for skin, and cruelty-free.
Below is a full list of all of our face paint brands and their ingredients lists. If you have any additional questions, please contact our office during the booking process and we’d be happy to answer them!
A Guide to Throwing a Jojo Siwa Themed Event
Meghan has been a member of the Kaleidoscope team since March 2016, and in spring 2019 began working on her magic show. (Read Meghan’s bio here.)
If you’re expecting small guests at your adult brunch or dinner event, it can be hard to think of ideas to keep them busy and occupied. We get quotes every day for Baptism entertainment, ways to keep kids busy at weddings, Thanksgiving entertainment ideas, Bar and Bat-Mitzvah kids stations… you name it, we’ve done it.
Our biggest tips to clients are:
Jeanette A has been with Kaleidoscope since 2016 and is one of our artists who does it all: she’s a face– and body-painting balloon-twisting-champ who moonlights as one of our favorite princesses! (Not to mention most types of temporary tattoos and other cartoon characters, but who’s counting?)
Olivia G is a Connecticut native and has been working at Kaleidoscope since May of 2015.
Our stilt walkers have a lot of training: but it’s still a hard job! Here’s how you can help keep our stilt walkers safe:
Whether you’ve hired a mascot or a character, safety for us is important above all else! We take loads of steps to make sure your family and guests are safe, so we hope you’ll take the same care of our actors
Heat is the #1 safety concern with both mascots and characters, so please be mindful!
Christine B is one of Kaleidoscope’s longest-tenured crew members and best-reviewed entertainers!
Christine went to Worcester State University
and graduated with a BA in Visual and Performing Arts, and has been performing since elementary school–first in church in school choirs, and by fourth grade in theatre productions. By the time she entered WSU, she was not only in the school’s performing arts major but in their a cappella choir, the chorale, and went with the group on a brief European tour.
On top of all of this, Christine has been working with kids since middle school–first as a volunteer in her church’s nursery, and eventually as a baby sitter, Montessori educator, and YMCA arts and crafts instructor.
Currently Christine makes her full-time living as an artist between Kaleidoscope, as a part-time nanny, and a regional puppeteer.